Heartwarming Story of Twins Reunited on Facebook

If you are searching for your family on Facebook, you will love this reunion story. I share this beautiful reunion to give adoptees who are still in search, a glimmer of hope.

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sun dazed/Flickr.com

Nothing less than miraculous, this reunion will warm your heart.

(CNN) — Anais Bordier and Samantha Futerman have the same laugh and the same freckled cheeks. They wear their hair the same way and have since they were babies. They share a hatred of cooked carrots, a love of the same color nail polish and the need to sleep 10 hours a day.

The pair tease, poke and prod each other like they’ve grown up together, but they didn’t. Neither woman knew she had an identical twin sister until less than two years ago.”

Read the rest and see the video here.

Blessings for the miracle of finding,


One thought on “Heartwarming Story of Twins Reunited on Facebook

  1. I was just explaining to a young women who is entering an undergrad degreed program in social work what “the Baby Scoup Era” is, and she was appauled that such a practice ever existed. In the study of political science, we can learn that Captiolism goes too far, when infants are sold under the guise of the word “adoption”. The word “Adoption” in America is a insidious marketing term to romantisize the act of “infant-white” slavery. And it is sad to say, that the practice was initiated and established by white women in power with no ability to conceive, against white women caught in a comprimising position, with no power. The white women in power, were (are) ethically wrong.
    Let us pray, in all religions, that all adopted citizens of every country will find their biological family. The mental health of this world depends on how the world preserves original families. We know from hundreds of documented reports and studies, that “infant-non-kinship-adoption” does not work, as well an international adoptions, and all forms of foster care.

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